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Notes on using the operating manual
Please read this manual carefully before mounting and starting up the device and
store the manual in a safe place. If the device is resold, this operating manual must
be handed over to the purchaser along with it.
Contents
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Notes on using the operating manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
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Safety and installation instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Scope of delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Accessories/expansions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Technical description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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Mounting the gas detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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Connecting the gas detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
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Operating the gas detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
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Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
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Maintaining and cleaning the gas detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
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Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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Notes on using the operating manual
Caution!
Safety instruction: failure to observe this instruction can cause material damage and impair the function of the device.
Caution!
Safety instruction relating to a danger from an electrical current or voltage.
Failure to observe this instruction can cause material damage or personal
injury and impair the function of the device.
Note:
Supplementary information for operating the device.
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✓
Action: this symbol indicates that action is required on your part. The required action
is described step-by-step.
This symbol indicates the result of an action.
1 5, page 3: this refers to an element in an illustration. In this example item 5 in figure 1
on page 3.
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Please observe the following safety instructions.
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Safety and installation instructions
Caution!
WAECO International will not be held liable for claims for damage resulting
from the following:
– Installation errors
– Damage to the device resulting from mechanical influences and overvoltage
– Alterations to the device made without the explicit permission of WAECO
International
– Use for purposes other than those described in the installation instructions
Observe the following when using the device:
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Only operate the device in vehicles when the engine is switched off.
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Do not operate the device outdoors.
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Once a month and after longer periods of disuse, test the function of the device by
pressing the (8 4, page 5) button.
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Scope of delivery
No. in
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Installation panel
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Fastening material
MSG-150
Accessories/expansions
Item number
Description
MS-620SI
External siren
RV-AMP-SW
Additional switch
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Item number
Intended use
MagicSafe MSG-150 (Model No. MSG-150-N) is a gas detector which detects noxious
gases before they can take effect. MSG-150 has been designed for use in vehicles to noxious detect gases which have an ether, chloroform, butane, ethane or triclorethane basis.
Note:
With a voltage range of 10 to 32 V DC, the MSG150 (item no. MG-150-N) is
suitable for use in both cars and trucks.
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Technical description
The MSG-150 gas detector can be used as a warning device in many areas to detect
gases with a narcotic effect before they can take effect.
MSG-150 contains a sensor and an acoustic signal generator and is connected to a 12/24
V DC voltage supply, e.g. the cigarette lighter in a vehicle.
In addition to this, MSG-150 contains an internal relay. An external siren of signal lamp
can be connected to this.
The connection terminal for the relay connection can be found on the back of the gas
detector (3, page 4).
No. in
3, page 4
Description
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Relay contact 1
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Relay contact 2
You can operate MSG-150 in three ways:
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As single device
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In combination with the MS-620SI external siren
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In combination with MagicSafe MS-650 or MS-620 alarm systems
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Mounting the gas detector
7.1
Tools required
For mounting you will require the following tools:
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Measuring ruler (1 1, page 3)
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Centre punch (1 2, page 3)
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Hammer (1 3, page 3)
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Drill bit set (1 4, page 3)
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Drill (1 5, page 3)
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Screwdriver (1 6, page 3)
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Mounting the gas detector
Note the following information when selecting a location to mount the gas detector:
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Note the length of the cable.
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The gas detector should be mounted in the vicinity of the sleeping area at the height
of the mattress.
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Select a suitable installation location.
Caution!
Before making any drill holes, ensure that no electrical cables or other parts of
the vehicle can be damaged by drilling.
Hold the mounting panel on the chosen location and mark the two drill holes (5,
page 5).
Screw the mounting panel tight with the two screws (6, page 5).
Insert the gas detector on the mounting panel (7, page 5).
Insert the plug of the gas detector in the socket of your 12/24 V DC voltage supply.
The green LED on the gas detector (8 1, page 5) flashes for approx. 10 min. The
sensor is then brought to the operating temperature.
When the green LED glows constantly, the gas detector is ready for operation.
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Connecting the gas detector
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As a single device
If you use the MSG-150 as a single device, you can either
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Switch it on with the 12/24 V plug.
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Switch it on with the RV-AMP-SW additional switch (accessory), if there is no 12/24 V
socket in the sleeping area.
Connecting the MSG-150 with a 12/24 V plug
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Insert the 12/24 V plug into a socket with a constant 12/24 V supply.
This socket should be connected to the battery.
An acoustic signal sounds and the green LED (8 1, page 5) flashes for approx 10
minutes.
During this time the MSG-150 conducts a system test and the sensor is brought to
operating temperature.
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Connecting the gas detector
Permanently wiring the MSG-150
If you wish to give the gas detector a permanently wired connection and switch it on with
the RV-AMP-SW additional switch, please use the circuit diagram 9, page 6.
➤ Disconnect the 12/24 V plug from the cable.
➤ Remove around 10 cm of the outer insulation on the end of the cable.
➤ Connect the black, yellow and orange cable to the bodywork earth (terminal 31).
➤ Connect the red cable to the output of the RV-AMP-SW additional switch.
➤ Connect the input of the switch with a 1 A fuse to the positive battery pole.
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In combination with the MS-620SI external siren
If you wish to connect the gas detector with the MS-620SI external siren, please use the
circuit diagram 0, page 6.
Mounting the external siren
The external siren can be mounted in the engine compartment.
When mounting it, ensure that the installation location is
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Not in an area exposed to splashing water
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Not near the exhaust system
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Cannot be accessed from underneath the vehicle, to ensure that it cannot be sabotaged
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Mount the external siren with the acoustic horn facing downwards.
Connecting the alarm siren
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Connect the black cable of the siren to the bodywork earth (terminal 31).
Connect the red cable of the MS-620SI siren to the relay contact 2 (3 2, page 4).
Connect the relay contact 1 (3 1, page 4) to 12 V continuous positive.
The cable must be fused with at least a 1 A fuse.
Note:
If your vehicle does not have a 12 V continuous positive cable in the mounting
area, you can also connect the input to the battery via a 1 A fuse.
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In combination with MS-620 or MS-650
If you wish to use the gas detector in combination with
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MS-620, please use the circuit diagram a, page 7
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MS-650, please use the circuit diagram a, page 7
Caution!
If you combine MAGIC WATCH MSG-150 with the MS-620 or MS-650 alarm
system, you must configure the convenience output of the software as follows:
– MS-620: set the convenience output to “1” (see the “Programming MagicSafe – software functions” chapter, No. 3).
– MS-650: the convenience output (see “Software settings” chapter, button 21) must be set to “OFF”.
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Disconnect the 12/24 V plug from the cable.
Remove around 10 cm of the outer insulation on the end of the cable.
Connect the black cable to the bodywork earth (terminal 31).
Connect the yellow cable to the following cable of the external alarm system:
– Blue/black cable (MS-620)
– Green/red cable (MS-650)
Connect the orange cable with the brown/white cable of the external alarm system
(MS-620 and MS-650).
Connect the red cable to 12/24 V continuous positive.
The cable must be fused with at least a 1 A fuse.
If the gas detector is to be switched as the main alarm on the MS-620 or MS-650
external alarm system, connect
– The relay contact 1 (3 1, page 4) to the bodywork earth (terminal 31) and
– The relay contact 2 (3 2, page 4) to the grey wire of the external alarm system
(MS-620 or MS-650).
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Operating the gas detector
To avoid false alarms caused by cooking, using deodorants, heavy smoking and alcohol
consumption, the vehicle should be ventilated thoroughly before retiring to bed and then
the gas detector should be switched on.
No. in
8, page 5
Description
1
Green LED
The green LED flashes for approx. 10 minutes after the gas
detector has been connected to a voltage supply or switched on
with the RV-AMP-SW auxiliary switch. While the LED is flashing,
the sensor is brought to the operating temperature.
When the green LED glows constantly, the gas detector is ready
for operation.
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Orange LED:
The orange LED glows if a fault occurs.
3
Red LED (alarm)
The red LED flashes if an alarm has been triggered.
In addition to this a siren sounds an alarm signal.
(See also the “Alarm” chapter on page 26.)
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Button
This button is a test button and also mutes the system.
Test button
➤ Press this button once a month or after longer periods of disuse to check the system is functioning.
✓ The orange and red LEDs flash and a siren sounds.
Mute switch
➤ Press this button if you wish to switch off the sound during
an alarm.
✓ The red LED continues flashing and a brief signal sounds
every 45 seconds.
Switching on MSG-150 as a single device or in combination with the MS-620SI
external siren
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Insert the 12/24 V plug in a socket or switch on the MSG-150 with the RV-AMP-SW
auxiliary switch.
An acoustic signal sounds and the green LED (8 1, page 5) flashes for approx 10
minutes.
During this time the MSG-150 conducts a system test and the sensor is brought to
operating temperature.
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If an alarm occurs, an acoustic signal sounds over the internal siren and the red LED
(8 3, page 5) glows. If the MS-620SI external siren is connected, an additional acoustic
signal sounds over the external siren.
➤ To interrupt the internal alarm, press the button (8 4, page 5).
Switching on MSG-150 in combination with MS-620 or MS-650
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✓
Switch the MS-620 or MS-650 alarm system on as usual:
On the remote control for the alarm system, press
– The bottom button (MS-620)
– The grey button (MS-650)
An acoustic signal sounds and the green LED (8 1, page 5) flashes for approx 10
minutes.
During this time the MSG-150 conducts a system test and the sensor is brought to
operating temperature.
If an alarm occurs, an acoustic signal sounds over the internal siren and the red LED
(8 3, page 5) glows. The internal relay sends an earth signal to the alarm input of the
external alarm system. The external alarm system immediately triggers an external alarm
using the vehicle indicators and the vehicle horn or the siren.
➤ To interrupt the internal alarm, press the button (8 4, page 5).
➤ To deactivate the external alarm, press
– The top button (MS-620) on the alarm system remote control or
– The blue button (MS-650)
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Alarm
If an alarm is signalled, proceed as follows:
➤ Determine the cause of the alarm immediately.
➤ Instruct children and anybody still asleep to leave the vehicle or boat.
➤ Open all doors and windows as quickly as possible.
➤ Avoid striking matches or any naked flames and turn off any sources of combustion
immediately.
➤ Turn off all gas-powered devices.
➤ Avoid causing sparks (do not use any electrical switches).
➤ Rectify the cause or leave the vehicle or the boat.
False alarm
For your safety, the gas detector is very sensitive. For this reason the sensor also reacts
to other gaseous media. Using aerosols (e.g. propellants in spray cans) or thick tobacco
smoke, heavy alcohol fumes or steam arising from cooking can trigger an alarm even
though no gas or anaesthetic gas is present.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
If the device is not ready for operation (the green LED does not glow), proceed as follows:
➤ Make sure the power supply is 12 or 24 V DC.
If the voltage is less than this, or the voltage supply has been interrupted, the gas
detector does not function.
➤ Check the fuse in the plug, if the gas detector is connected using a 12/24 V plug.
Checking the fuse in the 12/24 V plug
In the tip of the plug there is a fuse to protect the gas detector.
If the thin metal connection in the middle between the two metal caps is broken, the fuse
is defective and must be replaced. Replacement fuses are available from customer services.
Make sure that you only use the same fuse type (5 A/250 V) in the plug.
Damage to the device resulting from using inappropriate fuse types is
excluded from guarantee claims under the terms of the warranty.
To replace the fuse, proceed as follows:
➤ Pull the adapter sleeve (4 4, page 4) off of the plug.
➤ Unscrew the screw (4 5, page 4) out of the upper half of the housing (4 1, page 4).
➤ Carefully lift the upper half of the housing off from the lower (4 6, page 4) half.
➤ Take out the contact pin (4 3, page 4).
➤ Replace the defective fuse (4 2, page 4) with a new fuse that has the same rating.
➤ Re-assemble the plug in the reverse order.
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Maintaining and cleaning the gas detector
Caution!
Do not use sharp or hard objects for cleaning as these may damage the
device.
Clean the gas detector with a soft, damp cloth from time to time.
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Guarantee
Our general guarantee conditions apply. If the product is defective, please return it to the
WAECO branch in your country (see the back of the instruction manual for the addresses)
or to your specialist dealer. For repair and guarantee processing, the following documents
must be sent along with the device:
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A copy of the receipt with purchasing date
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A reason for the claim or description of the fault
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Disposal
Place the packaging material in the appropriate recycling waste bins wherever possible.
If you wish to finally dispose of the device, ask your local recycling centre or specialist dealer for details about how to do this in accordance with the applicable disposal regulations.
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Technical data
Model No.
MSG-150-N
Dimensions (W x H x D):
80 x 156 x 51 mm
Input voltage range:
10 V DC - 32 V DC
Power consumption:
1.3 W
Operating temperature:
0 °C to +40 °C
Signal volume:
approx. 85 dB at a distance of 3 m
Protection class:
IP 20
Replacement fuse:
5 A/250 V
Versions, technical modifications and delivery options reserved.
Approval
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